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 In 1975 the Marcel Grossmann Meetings were established by Remo Ruffini and Abdus Salam to provide a forum for discussion of recent advances in gravitation, general relativity, and relativistic field theories. In these meetings, which are held once every three years, every aspect of research is emphasized  mathematical foundations, physical predictions, and numerical and experimental investigations. The major objective of these meetings is to facilitate exchange among scientists, so as to deepen our understanding of the structure of spacetime and to review the status of both the groundbased and the spacebased experiments aimed at testing the theory of gravitation. The Marcel Grossmann Meetings have grown under the guidance of an International Organizing Committee and a large International Coordinating Committee. The first two meetings, MG1 and MG2, were held in Trieste (1975, 1979).A most memorable MG3 (1982) was held in Shanghai and represented the first truly international scientific meeting in China after the socalled Cultural Revolution. Three years later MG4 was held in Rome (1985). It was at MG4 that "astroparticle physics" was born. MGIXMM was organized by the International Organizing Committee composed of D. Blair, Y. ChoquetBruhat, D. Christodoulou, T. Damour, J. Ehlers, F. Everitt, Fang Li Zhi, S. Hawking, Y. Ne'eman, R. Ruffini (chair), H. Sato, R. Sunyaev, and S. Weinberg. Essential to the organization was an International Coordinating Committee of 135 members from scientific institutions of 54 countries. MGIXMM was attended by 997 scientists of 69 nationalities. It took place on 28 July 2000 at the University of Rome, Italy. The scientific programs included 60 plenary and review talks, as well as talks in 88 parallel sessions. The three volumes of the proceedings of MGIXMM present a rather authoritative view of relativistic astrophysics, which is becoming one of the priorities in scientific endeavour. The papers appearing in these volumes cover all aspects of gravitation, from mathematical issues to recent observations and experiments. Their intention is to give a complete picture of our current understanding of gravitational theory at the turn of the millennium. The Marcel Grossmann Individual Awards for this meeting were presented to Cecille and Bryce DeWitt, Riccardo Giacconi and Roger Penrose, while the Institutional Award went to the Solvay Institute, accepted on behalf of the Institute by Jacques Solvay and Ilya Prigogine. The acceptance speeches are also included in the proceedings
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 pt. A. Plenary Sessions  Review talks  pt. B. Parallel sessions. Geometrical methods for integrability in classical and relativistic systems / Kjell Rosquist  Complex and twistor methods in general relativity / Pawel Nurowski  Inertial forces in general relativity / C.V. Vishveshwara  Exact solutions (mathematical aspects) / Maciej Przanowski  Exact solutions (physical aspects) / Susan Scott  Chaos in general relativity and cosmology / Vahe Gurzadyan  EinsteinMaxwell system / Chul H. Lee  The role of spin and rotation in general relativity / Lewis Ryder  Global structure: singularities, cosmic censorship, asymptotics / Piotr Chrusciel  MetricAffine gravitational theories in 4 dimensions / Yuri Obukhov  KaluzaKlein theories / Norbert Straumann  Alternative theories / Leopold Halpern  From (super) gravity to glueballs / Massimo Bianchi  PBranes, supergravity and MTheory / Pietro Fré  Strings, gravity and unification / Augusto Sagnotti  String cosmology / Gabriele Veneziano  Black holes in string theory / K.S. Narain  Quantum geometry (I) / Thomas Thiemann  Quantum geometry (II) / Jorge Pullin  Dynamics without background / Laurent Freidel  Role of reference frames in quantum gravity / Karel Kuchar  Quantum fields / Volodia Belinski  Quantum cosmology / Andrei Barvinsky  Casimir effect / Michael Bordag  Simplicial quantum gravity / Herbert Hamber  New developments in Planck scale physics / Lee Smolin  Black hole thermodynamics / Viatcheslav Mukhanov  Hairy black holes / Dieter Maison  Perturbations of black holes / Misao Sasaki  Generalized horizons / Sean A. Hayward  Perturbation of collapsed configurations / Robert Jantzen  Selfgravitating systems / Luc Blanchet
 pt. C. Boson and axion stars / Eckehard W. Mielke  Numerical relativity / Jerome Novak  Black hole collisions / Pablo Laguna  Quantum computation and information / Alberto Carlini  Strong gravity and gravitational waves / Clifford M. Will  Testing general relativity with satellite laser ranging / Ignazio Ciufolini  Precision gravity measurements / Riley Newman  General relativity in space / Kenneth Nordtvedt  Sensitive tests of the equivalence principle / Ramanath Cowsik  Measurements of gravity at Submm distances / Paul Boynton  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in the USA / Barry Barish  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in Europe / Adalberto Giazotto  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in AustralAsia and the Pacific / MasaKatsu Fujimoto  Space detection of gravitational waves (LISA) / Sasha Buchman  Resonant detectors of gravitational waves: bars and spheres / Guido Pizzella  Gravitational wave data analysis / Fulvio Ricci  Topology of the universe / Marek Demianski  Nonsingular cosmology / Mario Novello  Inhomogeneous cosmology / Andrzej Krasinski  Inflation / Katsuhiko Sato  NonGaussian models of structure formation / Ruth Durrer  Compact spaces with negative curvature / Riccardo Benedetti  Cosmological constant and universe acceleration / Alexei Starobinsky  Brane and higher dimensional cosmologies / Nathalie Deruelle  Observational cosmology / Jaan Einasto  Gravitational lenses / Arlie Petters  Microlenses / Philippe Jetzer  Galaxy formation and evolution / Piero Rosati  Current observations of CMB anisotropy / Silvia Masi  CMB anisotropy: theory and analysis methods / Naoshi Sugiyama  SZ effect and CMB analysis methods / Yoel Rephaeli  Observations from the Rossi observatory / Hale Bradt  Observations from ASCA and ROSAT / Yasuo Tanaka  Observations from BeppoSAX satellite / Luigi Piro  Accretion processes around neutron stars and black holes / Lev Titarchuk  Astrophysical black holes / Sandip Chakrabarti  Binary neutron stars  coalescing neutron stars / Takashi Nakamura and Maximilian Ruffert  General relativistic effects in neutron stars and black holes / Luigi Stella  Radiative transfer in general relativity / Aldo Treves and Roberto Turolla  On rMode instabilities in neutron stars / John Friedman  Massive neutrinos / Ettore Fiorini  Matter, dark matter and CP violation / Giorgio Salvini  Cosmic neutrino oscillations / José W.F. Valle  High energy astronomy and ultrahigh energy cosmic rays / Todor Stanev  Experimental status of neutrino mixing / Paolo Lipari  Gamma ray burst XRay afterglow / Enrico Costa  Gamma ray burst optical observations / S. George Djorgovski  Gamma ray burst gamma observations / Charles Meegan  Ongoing and future of gamma ray burst missions / Marco Tavani  Fireballs and gamma ray bursts / Tsvi Piran  Black holes and gamma ray bursts / SheSheng Xue  Einstein theories: historical perspective / Giulio Giorello
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 The Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting : on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories : proceedings of the MGIX MM meeting held at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", 28 July 2000
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 The Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting
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 on recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories : proceedings of the MGIX MM meeting held at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", 28 July 2000
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 editor, Vahe G. Gurzadyan, Robert T. Jantzen ; editor & series editor, Remo Ruffini
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 Proceedings of the Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity
 MGIXMM
 On recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories
 Recent developments in theoretical and experimental general relativity, gravitation, and relativistic field theories
 Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity
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 In 1975 the Marcel Grossmann Meetings were established by Remo Ruffini and Abdus Salam to provide a forum for discussion of recent advances in gravitation, general relativity, and relativistic field theories. In these meetings, which are held once every three years, every aspect of research is emphasized  mathematical foundations, physical predictions, and numerical and experimental investigations. The major objective of these meetings is to facilitate exchange among scientists, so as to deepen our understanding of the structure of spacetime and to review the status of both the groundbased and the spacebased experiments aimed at testing the theory of gravitation. The Marcel Grossmann Meetings have grown under the guidance of an International Organizing Committee and a large International Coordinating Committee. The first two meetings, MG1 and MG2, were held in Trieste (1975, 1979).A most memorable MG3 (1982) was held in Shanghai and represented the first truly international scientific meeting in China after the socalled Cultural Revolution. Three years later MG4 was held in Rome (1985). It was at MG4 that "astroparticle physics" was born. MGIXMM was organized by the International Organizing Committee composed of D. Blair, Y. ChoquetBruhat, D. Christodoulou, T. Damour, J. Ehlers, F. Everitt, Fang Li Zhi, S. Hawking, Y. Ne'eman, R. Ruffini (chair), H. Sato, R. Sunyaev, and S. Weinberg. Essential to the organization was an International Coordinating Committee of 135 members from scientific institutions of 54 countries. MGIXMM was attended by 997 scientists of 69 nationalities. It took place on 28 July 2000 at the University of Rome, Italy. The scientific programs included 60 plenary and review talks, as well as talks in 88 parallel sessions. The three volumes of the proceedings of MGIXMM present a rather authoritative view of relativistic astrophysics, which is becoming one of the priorities in scientific endeavour. The papers appearing in these volumes cover all aspects of gravitation, from mathematical issues to recent observations and experiments. Their intention is to give a complete picture of our current understanding of gravitational theory at the turn of the millennium. The Marcel Grossmann Individual Awards for this meeting were presented to Cecille and Bryce DeWitt, Riccardo Giacconi and Roger Penrose, while the Institutional Award went to the Solvay Institute, accepted on behalf of the Institute by Jacques Solvay and Ilya Prigogine. The acceptance speeches are also included in the proceedings
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 pt. A. Plenary Sessions  Review talks  pt. B. Parallel sessions. Geometrical methods for integrability in classical and relativistic systems / Kjell Rosquist  Complex and twistor methods in general relativity / Pawel Nurowski  Inertial forces in general relativity / C.V. Vishveshwara  Exact solutions (mathematical aspects) / Maciej Przanowski  Exact solutions (physical aspects) / Susan Scott  Chaos in general relativity and cosmology / Vahe Gurzadyan  EinsteinMaxwell system / Chul H. Lee  The role of spin and rotation in general relativity / Lewis Ryder  Global structure: singularities, cosmic censorship, asymptotics / Piotr Chrusciel  MetricAffine gravitational theories in 4 dimensions / Yuri Obukhov  KaluzaKlein theories / Norbert Straumann  Alternative theories / Leopold Halpern  From (super) gravity to glueballs / Massimo Bianchi  PBranes, supergravity and MTheory / Pietro Fré  Strings, gravity and unification / Augusto Sagnotti  String cosmology / Gabriele Veneziano  Black holes in string theory / K.S. Narain  Quantum geometry (I) / Thomas Thiemann  Quantum geometry (II) / Jorge Pullin  Dynamics without background / Laurent Freidel  Role of reference frames in quantum gravity / Karel Kuchar  Quantum fields / Volodia Belinski  Quantum cosmology / Andrei Barvinsky  Casimir effect / Michael Bordag  Simplicial quantum gravity / Herbert Hamber  New developments in Planck scale physics / Lee Smolin  Black hole thermodynamics / Viatcheslav Mukhanov  Hairy black holes / Dieter Maison  Perturbations of black holes / Misao Sasaki  Generalized horizons / Sean A. Hayward  Perturbation of collapsed configurations / Robert Jantzen  Selfgravitating systems / Luc Blanchet
 pt. C. Boson and axion stars / Eckehard W. Mielke  Numerical relativity / Jerome Novak  Black hole collisions / Pablo Laguna  Quantum computation and information / Alberto Carlini  Strong gravity and gravitational waves / Clifford M. Will  Testing general relativity with satellite laser ranging / Ignazio Ciufolini  Precision gravity measurements / Riley Newman  General relativity in space / Kenneth Nordtvedt  Sensitive tests of the equivalence principle / Ramanath Cowsik  Measurements of gravity at Submm distances / Paul Boynton  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in the USA / Barry Barish  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in Europe / Adalberto Giazotto  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in AustralAsia and the Pacific / MasaKatsu Fujimoto  Space detection of gravitational waves (LISA) / Sasha Buchman  Resonant detectors of gravitational waves: bars and spheres / Guido Pizzella  Gravitational wave data analysis / Fulvio Ricci  Topology of the universe / Marek Demianski  Nonsingular cosmology / Mario Novello  Inhomogeneous cosmology / Andrzej Krasinski  Inflation / Katsuhiko Sato  NonGaussian models of structure formation / Ruth Durrer  Compact spaces with negative curvature / Riccardo Benedetti  Cosmological constant and universe acceleration / Alexei Starobinsky  Brane and higher dimensional cosmologies / Nathalie Deruelle  Observational cosmology / Jaan Einasto  Gravitational lenses / Arlie Petters  Microlenses / Philippe Jetzer  Galaxy formation and evolution / Piero Rosati  Current observations of CMB anisotropy / Silvia Masi  CMB anisotropy: theory and analysis methods / Naoshi Sugiyama  SZ effect and CMB analysis methods / Yoel Rephaeli  Observations from the Rossi observatory / Hale Bradt  Observations from ASCA and ROSAT / Yasuo Tanaka  Observations from BeppoSAX satellite / Luigi Piro  Accretion processes around neutron stars and black holes / Lev Titarchuk  Astrophysical black holes / Sandip Chakrabarti  Binary neutron stars  coalescing neutron stars / Takashi Nakamura and Maximilian Ruffert  General relativistic effects in neutron stars and black holes / Luigi Stella  Radiative transfer in general relativity / Aldo Treves and Roberto Turolla  On rMode instabilities in neutron stars / John Friedman  Massive neutrinos / Ettore Fiorini  Matter, dark matter and CP violation / Giorgio Salvini  Cosmic neutrino oscillations / José W.F. Valle  High energy astronomy and ultrahigh energy cosmic rays / Todor Stanev  Experimental status of neutrino mixing / Paolo Lipari  Gamma ray burst XRay afterglow / Enrico Costa  Gamma ray burst optical observations / S. George Djorgovski  Gamma ray burst gamma observations / Charles Meegan  Ongoing and future of gamma ray burst missions / Marco Tavani  Fireballs and gamma ray bursts / Tsvi Piran  Black holes and gamma ray bursts / SheSheng Xue  Einstein theories: historical perspective / Giulio Giorello
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 pt. A. Plenary Sessions  Review talks  pt. B. Parallel sessions. Geometrical methods for integrability in classical and relativistic systems / Kjell Rosquist  Complex and twistor methods in general relativity / Pawel Nurowski  Inertial forces in general relativity / C.V. Vishveshwara  Exact solutions (mathematical aspects) / Maciej Przanowski  Exact solutions (physical aspects) / Susan Scott  Chaos in general relativity and cosmology / Vahe Gurzadyan  EinsteinMaxwell system / Chul H. Lee  The role of spin and rotation in general relativity / Lewis Ryder  Global structure: singularities, cosmic censorship, asymptotics / Piotr Chrusciel  MetricAffine gravitational theories in 4 dimensions / Yuri Obukhov  KaluzaKlein theories / Norbert Straumann  Alternative theories / Leopold Halpern  From (super) gravity to glueballs / Massimo Bianchi  PBranes, supergravity and MTheory / Pietro Fré  Strings, gravity and unification / Augusto Sagnotti  String cosmology / Gabriele Veneziano  Black holes in string theory / K.S. Narain  Quantum geometry (I) / Thomas Thiemann  Quantum geometry (II) / Jorge Pullin  Dynamics without background / Laurent Freidel  Role of reference frames in quantum gravity / Karel Kuchar  Quantum fields / Volodia Belinski  Quantum cosmology / Andrei Barvinsky  Casimir effect / Michael Bordag  Simplicial quantum gravity / Herbert Hamber  New developments in Planck scale physics / Lee Smolin  Black hole thermodynamics / Viatcheslav Mukhanov  Hairy black holes / Dieter Maison  Perturbations of black holes / Misao Sasaki  Generalized horizons / Sean A. Hayward  Perturbation of collapsed configurations / Robert Jantzen  Selfgravitating systems / Luc Blanchet
 pt. C. Boson and axion stars / Eckehard W. Mielke  Numerical relativity / Jerome Novak  Black hole collisions / Pablo Laguna  Quantum computation and information / Alberto Carlini  Strong gravity and gravitational waves / Clifford M. Will  Testing general relativity with satellite laser ranging / Ignazio Ciufolini  Precision gravity measurements / Riley Newman  General relativity in space / Kenneth Nordtvedt  Sensitive tests of the equivalence principle / Ramanath Cowsik  Measurements of gravity at Submm distances / Paul Boynton  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in the USA / Barry Barish  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in Europe / Adalberto Giazotto  Gravitational wave laser interferometry in AustralAsia and the Pacific / MasaKatsu Fujimoto  Space detection of gravitational waves (LISA) / Sasha Buchman  Resonant detectors of gravitational waves: bars and spheres / Guido Pizzella  Gravitational wave data analysis / Fulvio Ricci  Topology of the universe / Marek Demianski  Nonsingular cosmology / Mario Novello  Inhomogeneous cosmology / Andrzej Krasinski  Inflation / Katsuhiko Sato  NonGaussian models of structure formation / Ruth Durrer  Compact spaces with negative curvature / Riccardo Benedetti  Cosmological constant and universe acceleration / Alexei Starobinsky  Brane and higher dimensional cosmologies / Nathalie Deruelle  Observational cosmology / Jaan Einasto  Gravitational lenses / Arlie Petters  Microlenses / Philippe Jetzer  Galaxy formation and evolution / Piero Rosati  Current observations of CMB anisotropy / Silvia Masi  CMB anisotropy: theory and analysis methods / Naoshi Sugiyama  SZ effect and CMB analysis methods / Yoel Rephaeli  Observations from the Rossi observatory / Hale Bradt  Observations from ASCA and ROSAT / Yasuo Tanaka  Observations from BeppoSAX satellite / Luigi Piro  Accretion processes around neutron stars and black holes / Lev Titarchuk  Astrophysical black holes / Sandip Chakrabarti  Binary neutron stars  coalescing neutron stars / Takashi Nakamura and Maximilian Ruffert  General relativistic effects in neutron stars and black holes / Luigi Stella  Radiative transfer in general relativity / Aldo Treves and Roberto Turolla  On rMode instabilities in neutron stars / John Friedman  Massive neutrinos / Ettore Fiorini  Matter, dark matter and CP violation / Giorgio Salvini  Cosmic neutrino oscillations / José W.F. Valle  High energy astronomy and ultrahigh energy cosmic rays / Todor Stanev  Experimental status of neutrino mixing / Paolo Lipari  Gamma ray burst XRay afterglow / Enrico Costa  Gamma ray burst optical observations / S. George Djorgovski  Gamma ray burst gamma observations / Charles Meegan  Ongoing and future of gamma ray burst missions / Marco Tavani  Fireballs and gamma ray bursts / Tsvi Piran  Black holes and gamma ray bursts / SheSheng Xue  Einstein theories: historical perspective / Giulio Giorello
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